Instructor Scarlett Hill
10 April 2012
“Cyber bullying Current Issues”
Cyber bullying is a problem that is growing rapidly, current estimates indicate that at least 20-35% of children and adolescents experience cyber bullying. This paper will guide professionals as they advise parents in navigating the world of cyber bullying. The information given was research on parenting, child development and cyber bullying. There are those, especially children and teenagers, who may normally have a strong sense of self and compassion but find themselves giving in to "group thinking" and becoming emotionally hurtful. For various reasons divorce, a change in ...view middle of the document...
The student who was bully eventually reached the point to attempt to take her own life.
She overdosed on medication. "Boys track and field: Barton made a film against this.
“Daily Gazette [Sterling, IL] 13 Apr. 2012. Sheryl Hemphill, professor of psychology at
Australian Catholic University, led a team that reviewed international studies. She also
tracked seven hundred students and did research on their progress from certain levels.
Forty-three percent admitted committing bullying acts of some kind, and fifteen per cent
owned up to doing cyber-bullying, twenty per cent to face-to-face bulling. On April 15,
2012. Professor Hemphill told The Age: She didn't find anything at all that seems to tell
her whether or not a student is going to engage in this act .There are unique features of
Cyber- bullies which they remains anonymous and usually bully large number of people
Australia] April 6, 2012: researchers find "Cyber-bullies truly in a league of their own,
[Melbourne, Australia] April 6, 2012:
In May 2008, a federal grand jury indicts Lori Drew, 49, with one count of conspiracy.
In addition to this, three counts of unauthorized access to protected computers. She also
created a fake MySpace page to seek revenge on a girl, Megan Meier. Drew’s false
identity, “Josh,” flirts...